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Events

highlights of upcoming events at EPOCH communities.

Car shows, cookouts and concerts

Grandparents Day car showThere’s a lot on the agenda at our communities this week. First, we’ll host a car show and cookout in celebration of Grandparents Day. We’ll also start offering a biweekly exercise class specifically designed for seniors. The popular singer and entertainer Steve Palumbo will visit us for the first time and show off his Dean Martin impression. Finally, we’ll welcome musician Dan Daniels for a performance and discussion of classic folk songs. All events are free unless otherwise stated. We welcome you to join us!

Tai Chi, concerts and independent film at EPOCH

Ida Lewis, Keeper of the LightWe’ll host a variety of free events at our EPOCH communities this week, including Tai Chi classes, a blood pressure screening, concerts by the Victrola Society and Bill Burke, and a discussion with independent filmmaker Marian Gagnon. Join us for any or all of these free events. Keep reading for details.

Free Tai Chi class, Aug. 26, 10 a.m.
EPOCH Senior Living on Blackstone Blvd.
353 Blackstone Blvd. Providence, RI

The class will be led by eastern fitness instructor Bob McManus, who has 13 years’ experience teaching Tai Chi. All seniors in the community are welcome to attend and learn the ancient Chinese system for meditative exercise. To RSVP, please call 401-273-6565 or register online.

Music, movies and more at EPOCH

Chocolate lovers dreamThis week, we look forward to performances by popular baritone James Michael and the big band quartet Four Guys in Tuxes; a delicious lunch and learn on chocolates from around the world; a backyard movie party featuring the popular Disney film “Frozen”; and an informative presentation on Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. We welcome you and your family to join us for any or all of these free events.

Memory café, history and concerts at EPOCH

memory cafeFrom educational presentations to support groups to musical entertainment, we’ll offer something for everyone this week at our EPOCH communities. If you or a loved one has early stage memory impairment, we welcome you to join us at the Pittsfield Memory Café to receive encouragement and support from others travelling the same journey. If you’re interested in history, don’t miss our presentations on John F. Kennedy’s legacy or the Charles River. Music fans are welcome to a performance by James Michael, aka the Broadway Baritone, who is quickly becoming a hit at EPOCH and all along the East Coast. All of our events are free, but space is limited. Call to RSVP. 

A week of music at EPOCH

free concertsWe’re hosting a wide range of musical performances at our communities this week. The lineup includes “The Man of a Thousand Songs,” “The Orchestra of One,” big band ensemble Stage Door Canteen, the precocious musicians of the Young Artists Piano Program, and Elvis impersonator Robert Black. Please join us for any or all of these free performances. Space is limited, so please RSVP.

Rick Olsen to perform, Aug. 5, 3 p.m.
EPOCH Independent and Assisted Living at Boylston Place
615 Heath St. Chestnut Hill, MA

Rick Olsen is known as “The Man of a Thousand Songs” for his extensive repertoire that includes everything from classic oldies to contemporary hits. Please RSVP by calling 617-244-6400.

 
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